Japanese restaurant Miyako slashes bills by 31 percent

Enjoy huge birthday savings at Hyatt Regency Dubai spot

The city’s oldest Japanese restaurant Miyako is throwing a week-long birthday party – and celebrating by giving a whopping 31 percent discount off the bill.

Having opened for business in 1987, the authentic Asian spot is positively ancient in Dubai terms.

However, with age comes experience, and you can bet on the Hyatt Regency Dubai spot knowing how to host a knees up.

To mark its 31st birthday, diners are being treated to huge food and drink savings on both lunch and dinner services from Tuesday, October 23 to Wednesday, October 31.

Miyako is a favourite throughout the Japanese expat community and has consistently reinvented itself during its history.

It has recently undergone a renovation and the contemporary interiors are divided into three different dining experiences: a private, live teppanyaki room, main dining area with a sushi bar and an intimate tatami room.

It also features a full open kitchen with a teppanyaki counter, a yakitori grill and a cosy bar offering a wide selection of Japanese shorts.

For lunch, tuck into brilliant bento boxes or shlurp up a filling, yet fiery bowl of noodles or ramen.

And, of course you’ll find an excellent selection of classic sushi such as California roll or tuna sashimi, mixed with more unusual flavours such as eel, cream cheese and asparagus.

Down in Deira, you’ll find dishes and décor worth driving for: the interior is far from dated and the menu is modern, while staying true to its traditional roots.

So, happy birthday Miyako, here’s to 31 more years.
Open Sat-Wed 12.30pm-11.30pm; Thu-Sat 12.30pm-midnight. Oct 23-31. Hyatt Regency Dubai, Al Khaleej Road, Deira, www.facebook.com/HyattRegencyDubai (04 209 6887).

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